Archive for November, 2009
Story of Stuff – free film, and discussion session, Benderloch – how we are abusing the resources around us.
World record tree planting attempt – join in!
Closer than you think! Will Bonniwell from North Connel had support from his home town on The Rally of Scotland. As well as loyal long time supportersÂ Albar, the Scottish Championship regular had “Oban – its closer than you think!” on his pretty yellow flying machine The Oban & Lorn Tourism AssociationÂ got its message out to [...]
An article in the online Helensburgh Advertiser suggests thatArgyll and Bute have decided to give free car parking throughout the county in the run up to Christmas. Not found reference to this in the ABC site yet but if anyone else can please share. – update, thanks to some help I now have the Executive [...]
The following information has been released by the Council. The Council has been made aware that hoax calls are being made to Council Tax payers claiming that the account holder is due a refund of Council Tax and asking for their bank details. The Council Tax section do not ask anybody for their bank details [...]
An email from Argyll Communities has flagged up this issue. Highland Council supported organisations have been hit with an unexpected hike in their electricity bills, but some are exploring new alternatives. see Northern Times article Does Argyll and Bute help our local halls with their power and services? One of the solutions being explored is [...]
Have you chosen your team for the Andrews Night Quiz night in the Victory Hall, Benderloch this Saturday? Or are you already mugging up on your general knowledge? Craig Munro is a well knowned quiz master from Oban, so it will serious fun to be had on Saturday. Sat, November 28, 7:30pm â€“ 9:30pm Teams [...]
Don’t forget to support the local Scout packs by sending your local Christmas cards by Scout post
Announcement from Ennstone Thistle, Benderloch Quarry. Notice of Crushing Operations Crushing Operations will commence at Benderloch Quarry during week ending 27th November 2009 and will continue for a period of 2 to 3 weeks.
Thursday 3rd December 2009 10 am to 3Â pm and 5.30 pm to 8 pm lots of great food and creative arts. more details later